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Rosebud man stabs another man in back after a ‘too-hard’ handshake

ROSEBUD, S.D. -- A 22-year-old Rosebud man who became agitated and complained during a drinking party that another man had shook his hand too hard and then stabbed him later will be behind bars for 1.5 years.

ROSEBUD, S.D. -- A 22-year-old Rosebud man who became agitated and complained during  a drinking party that another man had shook his hand too hard and then stabbed him later will be behind bars for 1.5 years.

Rodney Roubideaux was sentenced last week by U.S. District Judge Roberto Lange on a charge of assault with a dangerous weapon.

At the party last May, Roubideaux and others continued to socialize in the kitchen of a Ring Thunder home after the handshake when all of a sudden he stabbed the other man in the back with a kitchen knife. Roubideaux then went after another man who knocked the knife out of his hand, but still suffered a cut on his left arm from the knife.

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